As an administrator, you specify the following settings that apply across your organization:

  • Chat settings
  • Workspace defaults

Managing default workspace settings

As an administrator, you set the defaults that apply to the workspaces that your organization creates.

If a member of your organization creates a workspace, default settings apply.

As a workspace  coordinator, you can change these settings.

The following default settings apply to workspaces:

  • Chat settings—To permit the roles that can view or send chat messages or comments in workspaces or standalone meetings.
  • Workspace content presentation permissions—To control if workspace members can present workspace content during a meeting.

As an administrator, to modify the default chat settings for workspaces and standalone meetings:

  1. Go to your profile menu > Tenant settings.
  2. Click Customization > Chat settings.
  3. Specify the workspace roles that can view chats.
  4. Specify the workspace  roles that can send chats.
  5. Specify if you Allow these values to be overridden by workspace coordinators
    • If enabled—Workspace coordinators can set the chat settings they require.
    • If disabled—All workspaces and meetings apply these settings and workspace coordinators cannot change them.

See also: Workspace member role permissions.

As an administrator, to modify the default workspace presentation permissions:

  1. Go to your profile menu > Tenant settings.
  2. Click Customization > Workspace defaults.
  3. Select a suitable workspace Presentation permission from the following:
    • Allow presentation of workspace content—During a meeting, a workspace member can present any content.
    • Only allow presentation of approved workspace content—During a meeting, a workspace member requires an approval before they can present content.
      See: Approving workspace content for presentation.
    • Prevent presentation of workspace content—During a meeting, workspace members cannot present workspace content.

See also: Presenting content during a meeting.